Televangelist who built up a ‘prosperity gospel’ empire but faced criticisms over his extravagant lifestyle
Quality and cookery do not have to be mutually exclusive
British presenter lands his own weekly comedy series on HBO
Channel 4's Sex Box aiming to promote open dialogue about 'real sex' in light of the explosion in online porn
Another streaming dongle to make your TV ultra-smart, but with limited compatibility and a hefty price-tag it won't be for everyone
English musicians have long lagged behind their neighbours to the north
Engineers declared success today as the Costa Concordia liner was pulled completely upright during a complicated, 19-hour operation to wrench it from its side where it capsized last year off Tuscany, an unprecedented feat that sets the stage for it to be towed away next year.
o farewell to another Proms season, with its pleasures and surprises, longueurs and banalities. Moments I will long remember: blind pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii making something rich and luminous out of Rach Two, Ex Cathedra debating love in a babel of unknown tongues, the Tallis Scholars delivering transcendent a cappella polyphony, Nigel Kennedy (pictured) orientalising Vivaldi with the Palestine Strings. Most of these were Late Proms. There's a magic in the Royal Albert Hall when the streets outside go quiet and minds are sharpened.
These sites offer free and paid courses in everything from programming and web design to music theory and graphics
Research focuses on creation of 4D mapping that takes into account the temporal as well as the spatial dimensions of the built environment.
High-altitude balloon and miniature computer used to launch a teddy bear 39,000 meters into the stratosphere.
The bodywork is being 3D printed in 4-inch squared segments before it'll be fitted over the innards of a Nissan.
It's official: the gender imbalance is on radio is real, and it's a problem. Of course, for those of us in possession of both ears and ovaries, this is hardly breaking news. But for the benefit of all the knuckle-dragging nitwits who like their ironing done by someone else and who say we should stop whining because we have Radio 4's Woman's Hour – a whole hour! Every day! Entirely to ourselves! – it's now here in black and white.
Channel 4’s “provocative” series of programmes about Ramadan will begin tonight with A Very British Ramadan.
Children will be taught fractions from the age of five and will once again have to learn the 12 times tables under a controversial new national curriculum to be announced today by the Education Secretary Michael Gove.